Ever since I started my exchange semester here at USC, I have been super excited to experience a real Thanksgiving with the American branch of my family. After a sketchy Greyhound bus ride to Las Vegas — during which the bus driver and a woman started yelling at each other and security had to escort […]
The 42nd President and founder of the Clinton Foundation spoke on interdependence and cooperation, as well as issues in the global community.
The United States should account for greater diversity when collecting information.
There are times in life when we are no longer divided by a city, but united by our nation. Yesterday was one of those times. When two explosions went off at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three and injuring over 100 people, Americans were stunned and in disbelief. How could this happen? […]
Citizens have the responsibility to intervene in other countries in order to ensure rights for all. As many 17-year-olds in the United States enjoyed the luxury of a formal education, Sri Lankan teenager Rizana Nafeek traveled from her homeland in 2005 to Saudi Arabia to serve as a maid. Though practically just a child herself, […]
Deeper political knowledge is crucial for the betterment of student life after college.
My parents, who emigrated from India, raised me to respect the myriad of cultures that make up the distinct flavor of this country. They raised me to value American opportunities. For 21 years I never doubted whether I belong. I never doubted my right to call America my home — until recently — when Andrew […]